(LSJ) A 23-year-old Michigan State University student was arraigned yesterday after allegedly making a terrorist threat toward a building on campus earlier this week.
Sydney Gort is charged with two counts of making a terrorist threat, one of which relates to the written threat discovered Tuesday evening inside the MSU School of Packaging building, The second count relates to a terrorist threat made on campus in April.
Each count of making a terrorist threat is a felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison, a fine of up to $20,000, or both.
Gort was remanded to Ingham County Jail and her bond was set at $250,000 by Ingham County District Judge Thomas Boyd.
Gort is listed as a packaging major by the university, though she was barred from returning to MSU’s East Lansing campus by Boyd.
MSU’s latest statement does not include more information on the threat made by Gort earlier this year. Other details of Wednesday's incident, including what was written and who discovered the threat have not yet been released.
Gort's next court date is scheduled for Dec. 4.